Newsletter_STADinEurope

What is STAD in Europe?

STAD is a Swedish prevention strategy that has been very successful targeting binge drinking in nightlife settings. It has shown significant effects on the reduction of alcohol overserving, decline of underage drinking, and the reduction of alcohol-related aggression. The main components of the STAD model include:

• Community mobilization
• Training in responsible beverage service
• Stricter enforcements

The STAD in Europe (SiE) project aims to reduce binge drinking and its negative consequences through the development of locally tailored community-based interventions designed to tackle heavy episodic drinking in young people in different drinking environments.

Which drinking environments are being tackled?

The project is developing, piloting and evaluating an intervention model for four drinking environments:

• Licensed premises at festivals
• Public hot spots such as streets, parks and beaches (known as ‘botellon’ drinking)
• Home drinking, including preloading prior to a night out

Where are the interventions being implemented?

The following tables summarize the main information on each intervention. For more information on project development, please contact the local partners and/or visit the project website: http://stadineurope.eu/
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Interventions

The Netherlands
Licensed premises
at festivals
Reducing binge-drinking and underage drinking at festivals
+ info
The United Kingdom
Home drinking prior to a night out
Reducing alcohol consumption in the home prior to entering nightlife settings in Wrexham, UK
+ info
Czech Republic
Licensed premises in nightlife
Reducing minors access to alcohol and youngsters binge drinking in licensed premises
+ info
Spain
Licensed premises in nightlife
Reducing minors access to alcohol and youngsters binge drinking in hot spots
+ info
Sweden
Licensed premises at festivals
Reducing heavy episodic drinking among young people attending festivals
+ info
Germany
Home drinking prior to a night out
Reducing minors home drinking by reducing availability of alcohol and strengthening parents supervision
+ info
Slovenia
Licensed premises in nightlife
Reducing minors and drunk young adults access to alcohol in licensed premises
+ info
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